Guest speaker Scottie Reeve from Blueprint Church in Wellington shares on how Jesus went to the wrong places, at the wrong times, to the wrong people – and challenges us to do the same.
Cameron Thorp shares the final part of our "Stories" series, looking at the meta-narrative of the Bible and the identity-forming family story we have today.
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As part of our "Stories" series this week Dan interviews Clark and Julie about their own redemptive stories of journeying through addiction, separation and shame.
Dan Sheed shares on 1 Peter 3:15 as part of our "Stories" series, looking at how to tell a hopeful story with both our lives and our words.
Strahan Coleman shares part two of our series "Stories", looking at how we can live in a sanctifying story by choosing God's truth to re-story us, even in the midst of tough circumstances.
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Dan wraps up our Making Room series by taking a look at our friendship groups and how they can either be closed groups or loving groups where we make room for others.
Dan Sheed takes us through the second part of our Making Room series, looking at how central meals were for Jesus and what we can replicate in our quest to make spaces that welcome strangers to become friends.
Dan Sheed kicks off our series called Making Room, looking at Biblical hospitality. We begin by framing up what hospitality is and asking who our strangers are.
Dan Sheed finishes our Faithful Presence series by wrapping it up simply with an analogy on how John wrote 1 John and a few key reflections. (Note, it's Mother's Day today so our gathering had another element that shortened our message time down significantly.)
Cameron Thorp shares a powerful talk from 1 John 5:1-12 on the absurd victory at work in the world and what that means for us today.
Strahan Coleman continues our Faithful Presence series, looking at God's radically faithful love and what that means for us.
Guest speaker Mathew Newton shares in our Faithful Presence series, exploring how we are to live life right now as people with one arm out to the broken world and one arm out to God's love.
Dan Sheed continues our Faithful Presence series, looking at 1 John 3:1-10 where John is making a bold call: we are children of God and have a new way of being in God as a result.
Strahan Coleman takes us further in our Faithful Presence series, speaking on what it is to be earthy, not worldly, and to take our vocations seriously as people of the Kingdom.
Amanda Pilbrow shares the next part of our journey through 1 John, drawing us to see that John is going after a big problem in this section: to believe anything less than seeing ourselves in the way God sees, we have reverted to the old problem again.
Dan Sheed continues our series through 1 John, looking at verses 1:5-2:2, a section that shows the contrast between a God who is light, and the shadows we find in our lives and the world as a result of sin.
Dan Sheed shares some helpful advice on reading the Bible and then we start our journey through 1 John, looking at the first four verses as an intro.
Cameron Thorp shares the third part of our Faithful Presence series, looking at how faithful presence means being placed right where you are right now, and noticing the compassionate actions to take as a result.
Dan Sheed shares the second part of our new series, "Faithful Presence" and looks at Matthew 5 where Jesus says that we are the light of the world - but there are some things to consider around that.
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